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RE: NEW REPEATER (stereo pad trick)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Per Boysen [mailto:per@boysen.se]
> Sent: Donnerstag, 15. September 2005 09:58
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: NEW REPEATER (stereo pad trick)
> On Sep 15, 2005, at 0:41, Luis Angulo wrote:
> > Mark do you have the ocasional problem when recording
> > a mono track, stereo tracks on the Rpter suddently
> > being activated?(I am controlling them with a FCB1010)
> > Sometimes i have a hard time deactivating them, how do
> > u get around it?even presing both tracks
> > simultaneously sometimes doesnt work,
> > i hate this bug!
> > Luis
> Excuse me, Mark, for jumping in here. I don't keep a Repeater any
> more but I remember my trick to deactivate a stereo track and turn
> into two mono tracks. I used my FCB to send the Repeater a command
> for "Track X Record Select" (addressing either left or right stereo
> channel as "a mono track") and then I did a quick overdub to that
> track (just "silent overdub" If I did not want to record, just split
> the stereo pair). This was working fine for many concerts.
> I used that manoeuver as part this trick:
> Overdubbing many layers of my mono instument playing ambient sounding
> notes to form a mono cluster chord on that stereo track. Splitting
> the stereo pair (as above). Slip one of the tracks by some values and
> pan the two tracks left-right (one FCB button sending all necessary
> MIDI commands). The result is a very wide stereo pad.

This and many other tricks by Per: